Toad Town as seen in Paper Mario: The Origami King
|First appearance||Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (1996)|
|Latest appearance||Paper Mario: The Origami King (2020)|
|Greater location||Mushroom Kingdom|
|Inhabitants||Toads, Toad, Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, etc.|
Toad Town is the capital city of the Mushroom Kingdom. Located at the doorstep of Peach's Castle, the town first appeared as Mushroom Kingdom in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. Since then, Toad Town has become a recurrent location in the Mario franchise, especially the RPG games. However, much like Peach's Castle, the appearance, design, and layout of the town has varied greatly each time it has reappeared, though it has almost always been depicted as a flourishing and cheery place.
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
In Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, the town of the Mushroom Castle is named Mushroom Kingdom (or Mushroomsville in one instance) but essentially serves the same purpose. It is to the east of Mushroom Way. After visiting the Chancellor for the first time, Mario helps Mallow chase Croco in Bandit's Way to the southwest to reclaim his stolen Frog Coin. Returning to Mushroom Kingdom shows that it has been overrun by Shysters in the meantime. Mario can defeat Shysters that are harassing innocents, such as Toad and a resident who has lost his wallet, but the invasion will not end until the source, Mack, is defeated in the Mushroom Castle's throne room. Notable NPCs of the town include the Manager of the item shop and the Game Boy-playing boy at the inn. Raz and Raini also live here, and embark to get married at Marrymore after the town is restored and later celebrate their honeymoon at Yo'ster Isle.
Paper Mario series
In Paper Mario, Toad Town serves as the central hub through which all outlying areas can be accessed (in fact, most areas can only be reached by passing through Toad Town). The city is also the setting for the beginning and ending cutscenes.
Toad Town's main entrance square contains the item shop Shroom Grocery, the Toad Town Dojo on the second floor of a two-story building (the first floor of which is inaccessible) and multiple houses, including Russ T.'s library-like home. There is a Warp Pipe that goes to Mario's House. The Goomba Road is also accessible from here.
Rowf and Rhuff's badge stand (open after Chapter 1, and reopened when the Calculator is retrieved in Chapter 4), a Toad House, the home of Merlon the fortune-teller and the Post Office are near the gate to Peach's Castle at the north end of the town. This area also branches off to the Pleasant Path. Minh T.'s flower garden is also here, and serves as gateway to Flower Fields. The area Peach's Castle was located at has a path to the east that leads to the Shooting Star Summit.
The central area has Tayce T.'s house, the entrance to Toad Town Tunnels and the path leading to Forever Forest. In the south-west part of town is Harry's Shop and an otherwise abandoned house which contains Shy Guy's Toy Box, where Muskular, one of the Star Spirits, is being held.
The southern-most area is where the train station is located, from here, the K64 train frequently departs to Mt. Rugged. The Li'l Oink farm is also found in this area, as well as the Playroom.
Finally, the western-most area of Toad Town has a harbor and a single building in which Club 64, a lively bar, is housed. A Whale, inside which Fuzzipede is fought, is found here, and may be boarded to access Lavalava Island. Another fight taking place in the harbor is the fourth fight against Jr. Troopa.
- "This is the west entrance to Toad Town. In case you couldn't tell, it's the main gate. The fancy gate and the star emblem on the ground are symbols of this fair town. Goomba Village, where my house is, is a brief journey west from here. You'll find a very smart Toad named Russ T. living in this town. He knows lots of useful information for adventurers. You'll also find shops that sell various items. Oh yeah! There's also a Dojo."
- "It's your house! Cool! Nice landscaping! I like my house, but yours is even nicer. Did you do the decorating yourself?"
- "This is the central area of Toad Town, a plaza in front of Princess Peach's Castle. Pleasant Path begins to the east of here. This used to be a bustling area before Bowser's attack. Guests at the castle were always in and out. And tourists came from all over to see the castle. The wizard Merlon also lives around here. If you get stuck, his fortune telling might just help you out! There's also a Toad House where you can take a short rest and a post office where you can pick up mail for your party members. Also, over by the flower garden, there's a guy named Rowf who's opening his own specialty shop."
- "Peach's Castle... used to be here. There's not even a trace of it now. How awful!"
- "Miss. Tayce T., a famous local cook, lives around here. I'm pretty sure my mom wants to learn cooking from her. Tayce T. will cook for you if you take ingredients to her. Oh yeah! Forever Forest lies to the east, so a Toad watchman stands guard there and prevents people from wandering in."
- "This is the residential area of Toad Town. It's mostly homes. But there's also a shop. For Toad Town, this area is pretty quiet."
- "This is Toad Town's port. It's home to the only restaurant in town. I like to stand at the end of the pier and gaze at the sea."
- "There's Toad Town Station. It's a station for the Dry Dry Railroad. From there, you can take the train to scenic Mt. Rugged. And there's also Oink-Oink Farm, where they raise Li'l-Oinks. Raising Li'l-Oinks costs coins. My dad said there's a Playroom here, but I don't see it..."
- "This is the reception area for the Playroom. You should ask what kind of games they have, Mario."
- "It's called Jump Attack. If you win the game, you'll collect lots of coins. If you lose, you won't get a thing. Too bad!"
- "They said this is called Smash Attack. The idea is to whack the blocks placed on the floor. Let's get in there and smash all of 'em! But... Actually, it may not be a good idea to hit them all."
- "If we go east, we'll get to the entrance of Forever Forest. If we go west, we'll hit Toad Town. Remember?"
- "This whale tongue is squishy. It makes it hard to walk. It's also kind of dark..."
- "It's completely dark. I can't see a thing. Mario! What's up ahead? You know, being inside a whale belly is gross... Damp... Squishy... Let's never do this again."
- "It's a room beneath the Toad Town pond. I don't think anyone's been here for a long time."
- Main article: List of Toad Town News in Paper Mario
There is a notice board near Merlon's house in the center hub of Toad Town. The contents change as the game's storyline proceeds.
On the front side are usually Toad Town News, and on the back side are usually scribbles by various characters in the game.
During Chapter 2, the Public Works Department of Mushroom Kingdom posted a warning on the back side, "Don't scribble here", although scribbling hasn't ceased since then. Russ T. offers knowledge about the messaging board. One of Koopa Koot's favors involves reading the notice board (both the front side and the back side).
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Toad Town is mentioned in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door by Zip Toad, stating that he was going to be in a film and that he was heading to Toad Town. It is also mentioned by Lumpy if Mario reads his Journal.
Toad Town is mentioned two additional times in the game, but mistakenly goes under different names in the English localization. It is a possible answer in the 65th Super Fun Quirk Quiz (where it is known as Mushville), and is mentioned by a crow NPC in Twilight Town (where it is known as Mushroom Town).
Paper Mario: The Origami King
Paper Macho Goombas
After being absent in the previous four entries, Toad Town reappears in Paper Mario: The Origami King, where it acts as the main hub in the game. It is once again situated south of Peach's Castle and even connects to it. Whispering Woods can be found in the south, and the harbor is now to the east. Mario can board a boat at the harbor (after rescuing the Sea Captain Toad) to enter the Great Sea. Additionally, there is a station for Toad Tram; Mario can ride the tram from Toad Town to Overlook Mountain or Autumn Mountain only after his first ride between the latter two and rescuing the tram operator in Autumn Mountain.
In the beginning of the game, the town is supposed to be the site of the Origami Festival, and Mario and Luigi are invited there by Princess Peach to celebrate it. When King Olly takes over the Mushroom Kingdom, however, the area is ravaged by Paper Macho Goombas, who even go so far as to eat portions of the province, forming Not-Bottomless Holes. The town is also evacuated as a result, but is repopulated over the course of the game as Mario rescues folded-up Toads.
After beating the final boss, the Origami Festival is held in Toad Town and characters Mario met through his adventure are present.
Near the port is the Weapon and Item Shop where Mario can buy items. Most items are added when Mario collects them on the overworld, while the Shiny Mushroom is unlocked after destroying the blue streamer. The 1-Up Mushroom is only sold if Mario does not already have one in his inventory.
|Fire Flower Set||640|
|Ice Flower Set||640|
|Shiny Fire Flower||720|
|Shiny Ice Flower||720|
|Shiny Iron Boots||600|
|Flashy Iron Boots||1100|
Collectible Treasure Shop
Behind the red brick building on the right side of town is a pier with a Rocky Wrench which sells Collectible Treasures of the Legion of Stationery members. Each one becomes available after defeating its respective member.
NOTE: Some collectibles are found in areas that are inaccessible until returning later; these entries are highlighted in beige.
|Toad Town | 1 Toad|
|After checking on Luigi among the remains of Peach's Castle, Mario finds the local shop owner held inside a bridge tower. Defeating the Goomba guarding the spot reveals a Magic Circle. Following this, the Toad Town Shop becomes accessible.|
|There are two large crates behind the first Save Block in Toad Town. Behind them is an entrance to a small tunnel. Go through the tunnel to reach a small garden and a treasure chest.|
|In a treasure chest in the back garden of the house next to the accessory shop.|
|Given by a Yellow Snifit at the roof of the largest house. To reach said Snifit, Mario has to hammer the closed parasol next to the tea stand, which in turn drops a Magic Circle at the ground. Use it to tear part of a wall on the nearest house. Use the boxes, tea stand and parasol to reach the mentioned part of the wall and from it, the balcony. Mario must defeat a Paper Macho Goomba on the roof, after which the Yellow Snifit gives Mario the Collectible Treasure as a reward.|
|After defeating Colored Pencils, it can be bought from the Rocky Wrench in the harbor for 698 Coins.|
|After defeating Rubber Band, it can be bought from the Rocky Wrench in the harbor for 398 Coins.|
|After defeating Hole Punch, it can be bought from the Rocky Wrench in the harbor for 798 Coins.|
|After defeating Tape, it can be bought from the Rocky Wrench in the harbor for 1280 Coins.|
|After defeating Scissors, it can be bought from the Rocky Wrench in the harbor for 1580 Coins.|
|After defeating Stapler, it can be bought from the Rocky Wrench in the harbor for 498 Coins.|
|Found inside the mansion next to the tea stand. To access the locked part of it, Mario needs to save Master Toad in Shroom City.|
|After destroying the green streamer, go to the house next to the Graffiti Underground entrance. Give the green Toad the Manhole Hook to recieve treasure in return.|
|Given by the Battle Lab Toad after defeating all bosses in the Bossotronic Fighter.|
|After defeating Olly and reloading the save, the Collectible Treasure can be bought from the Weapon and Item shop for 70000 Coins.|
|After defeating Olly and reloading the save, the Collectible Treasure is found in the center of town.|
|Past the clearing of Whispering Woods, there is a set of ledges with a ? Block above a Not-Bottomless Hole.|
|To the right of the Toad Town entrance is a ? Block above a lower ledge.|
|Between two houses to the west of the town center is a ? Block resting on the ground.|
|Another ? Block can be found at the westmost point of the town, with a Warp Pipe nearby.|
|Outside the Weapon and Item Shop is a ? Block is situated in the fenced area outlooking The Great Sea.|
|Inside the red brick warehouse is a Hidden Block resting beside a set of crates, indicated by a dark square patch on the ground.|
|Further inside the red brick warehouse, there is another ? Block resting above a set of shelves.|
|To the right of the broken bridge leading to Peach's Castle, there is a house home to a ? Block and bookshelf. Striking the furniture will open the drawer, allowing Mario to reach the block.|
|Required: Navigate the Graffiti Underground
After reaching the entrance to Peach's Castle, a ? Block can be found to the left.
Mario & Luigi series
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga / Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions
In Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, the area is known as Toadtown Square or Mushroom Kingdom Plaza, but was renamed Peach's Castle in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions. Mario walks around Toadtown Square at the beginning of the game to learn the basic skills of the game. Mario visits it only at the beginning of the game in order to get on the Koopa Cruiser. Toadsworth comes to give Mario the suitcase and 100 coins when he is about to set off to Beanbean Kingdom. Luigi originally comes to say goodbye to Mario, but is taken along with Mario by Bowser when he gathers the Bowser Baddies.
Bordering or connecting locations to Toadtown Square include:
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
In Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, the Mario Bros. and their baby selves travel to a Toad Town of the past after being dropped out of the Shroob Mother Ship. Toad Town is almost completely destroyed by the Shroobs, who forcibly removed the Toads from their homes and brought them to Toadwood Forest, where their Vim was extracted. Only Gramma Red and Gramma Green remained there, and they sold their wares to Mario and Luigi. A time hole leading back to Peach's Castle Dungeon and a path to Star Hill are at the south end of the town. The town is filled with enemies as well. Most of the buildings contain items and coins.
Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story / Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey
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Toad Town once again reappears in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story and its remake. It is where all the Toads reside in the game, besides the workers in Peach's Castle who got swallowed by Bowser and cannot get out as the Pipe Yard is blocked and so reside temporarily in Toad Square. It can be found just south of Peach's Castle. The citizens live in the northern part of the town, where they resided happily, at least until the blorbs epidemic broke out and many of the citizens became infected and swelled like a balloon. The main part of the living area holds a fountain, with blocks that can only be reached using Shell Mario, which can be learned on the outskirts of town.
In the southern part of town is Toad Town Mall, which has been newly opened when Mario and Luigi arrive back from Bowser's body. It holds all the shops in the town, as well as the clinic used to find the Star Cures to unite as the Miracle Cure and heal all the blorbed Toads.
Beneath the town is the Toad Town Caves, which is where the Dark Star was sequestered in ancient times. During the events of the game, Fawful invades Toad Town and steals the dark entity for himself. There are also many pipes in the underground section of Toad Town that lead into different sections of Toad Town and Toad Town Mall.
Places in Toad Town
Pipes (Paper Mario)
- Mario's House
- Toad Town Tunnels - "Private" entrance
- Toad Town Tunnels - Rip Cheato's Shop access
- Playroom pipe
Paper Mario series
- Fuzzipede (Inside the whale at the harbor)
- Jr. Troopa (Mini-boss; encountered after the player recruits Sushie and returns from Lavalava Island to Toad Town)
- Chan (Optional Boss)
- Lee (Optional Boss)
- The Master (Optional Boss)
Paper Mario: The Origami King
Mario & Luigi series
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
|Star Piece||Under a hidden panel near the Dojo and by the Three Beautiful Sisters.|
|Under a hidden panel near where Fice T. guards Forever Forest.|
|Under a hidden panel in front of Club 64.|
|On ledge near the gate to Goomba Village (Requires Sushie).|
|Inside a tree near the Toad Town notice board.|
|Under a hidden panel near the Dry Dry Railroad, in the southeastern corner.|
|Given by Russ T. after returning his Dictionary.|
|Given by Russ T. after giving him a letter from Jade Jungle.|
|Given by Minh T. after giving her a letter from Flower Fields.|
|Given by Merlon after giving him a letter from Mt. Rugged.|
|Given by the postmaster after giving him the Mailbag.|
|Given by Fice T. after giving him a letter in Gusty Gulch.|
|Letter||Given by Fishmael after giving him a letter from Koover.|
|Given by Miss T. after giving her a letter from Mr. E.|
|Given by Dane T. after giving him a letter from Franky.|
|Given by Dane T. after giving him a letter from the red Yoshi kid in Yoshi Village.|
|Given by Muss T. after giving him a letter from Goompapa.|
|Magical Seed||Given by the Bub-ulb.|
|Maple Syrup||Given by the Trading Event Toad for participating in the first contest.|
|Yummy Meal||Given by the Trading Event Toad for participating in the third contest.|
|Quick Change||Inside Merlon's place. Mario must Spin Jump three times to get this badge.|
|Attack FX D||Given by Pop Diva after finishing her errand.|
|I Spy||Given by Rowf after returning his Calculator.|
|Odd Key||Found inside the house. Opens the other end of Toad Town Tunnels.|
|Snowman Doll||Found in Harry's storeroom.|
|Volt Shroom||Found in Harry's storeroom.|
|Toy Train||Found in Harry's storeroom.|
|Dizzy Dial||Found in Harry's storeroom.|
|Lyrics||Given by Master Poet after taking Pop Diva's errand.|
|First-Degree Card||Given by The Master at Toad Town Dojo after defeating Chan.|
|Second-Degree Card||Given by The Master at Toad Town Dojo after defeating Lee.|
|Third-Degree Card||Given by The Master at Toad Town Dojo after defeating him the first time.|
|Fourth-Degree Card||Given by The Master at Toad Town Dojo after defeating him the second time.|
|Diploma||Given by The Master at Toad Town Dojo after defeating him the third time.|
In addition to the items listed above, Rowf and Rhuff has 16 badges to sell. Other items can be obtained from Shroom Grocery, Harry, Tayce T., and Li'l Oinks. Star Pieces can be obtained from Kolorado and Chuck Quizmo who have a chance to appear here.
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
|Mushroom||In the ? Block above the small hedge in the northwest of the first screen.|
|On the small hedge in the southeast of the first screen.|
|In the ? Block in the south of the hedge on the east of the first screen.|
|Super Mushroom||After returning the Mushroom on the hedge in the southeast of the first screen to the nearby Toad, he rewards Mario with this.|
|1-Up Mushroom||After returning the precious belonging to a Toad in the northeast of the first screen, he rewards Mario with this.|
|Precious belonging||In the south end of the hedge on the west of the first screen.|
|Suitcase||Given by Toadsworth in the second screen along with a money bag with 100 coins.|
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
The scenes are numbered as follows, according to this map.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 9
|1-Up Mushroom||In the southwest ? Block in scene 3.|
|1-Up Super||In the green block to the NE of the center of scene 1.|
|Bean||In the right side of the house in the west of scene 1.|
|In the left side of the house in the SE of scene 1.|
|In the northeast of scene 8.|
|In the east of scene 9.|
|In the right side of the house in the NE of scene 6.|
|In the left side of the NE house in scene 3.|
|Dire-POW Badge||In the red block in the east house in the south of scene 1.|
|Dynamic Badge A||In the north green block in the NE house in scene 3.|
|Green Shell||Two are in the NW ? Block in the east house in the south of scene 1.|
|Two are in the ? Block in the SW of the house in the SE of scene 1.|
|Two are in the SE ? Block in the NE house in scene 3.|
|Max Mushroom||Two are in the NW red block in the NE house in scene 6.|
|Mushroom||Two are in the NE ? Block in the east house in the south of scene 1.|
|Two are in the NE ? block in the NE house in scene 6.|
|Para Slacks||In the red block in scene 6.|
|Red Shell||Three are in the ? Block to the SW of the center of scene 1.|
|Three are in the ? Block to the east of the center of scene 1.|
|Two are in the right ? Block in the house in the NW of scene 2.|
|Three are in the ? Block in the NE of scene 2.|
|Three are in the ? Block in the northeast of scene 5.|
|Three are in the northwest ? Block in scene 3.|
|Smash Egg||Two are in the ? Block in the SE of scene 2.|
|Two are in the ? Block in the SW of the scene in scene 4.|
|Two are in the ? Block in the southeast of scene 5.|
|Two are in the right ? Block in scene 7.|
|Super Drop||In the ? Block in the southwest of scene 5.|
|Ultra Drop||In the right ? Block in the NW house in scene 5.|
|Ultra Mushroom||In the ? Block in the NE of the left side of the house in the SE of scene 1.|
Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
|Ultra Mushroom||x3||In a ? Block inside the northeastern houses in the Toad residence area.|
|1-Up Deluxe||In a ? Block in the house with a hole on the top, in the Toad residence area.|
|Ultra Nut||In a ? Block in the southern Squid Fit area.|
|Max Nut||In a ? Block in the house to the north of the fountain in the Toad residence area.|
|In a ? Block in the house with a hole on the top, in the Toad residence area.|
|Star Candy||In a ? Block in the northern Squid Fit area.|
|Retry Clock||In a ? Block in the house to the north of the fountain in the Toad residence area.|
|DX POW Gloves||In a ? Block beyond the hole on the east wall of Toads' training room in the Toadley Clinic.|
|Muscle Wear||In a ? Block inside the northeastern houses in the Toad residence area.|
|KO Shell||In a ? Block in the house with a hole on the top, in the Toad residence area.|
|Small Shell||As a reward for playing hide and seek with the young blue Toad in the Toad Town Mall.|
|Mushroom Stone||In one of the ? Blocks above the fountain in the Toad residence area.|
|Thrift Charm||In the ? Block in the alcove beneath the grassy area in the west.|
|Attack Piece (Toad Town)||x10||Given by the Koopa Paratroopa Trio as part of the storyline.|
|Attack Piece (Toadley Clinic)||x10||Given by the Toad receptionist in the Toadley Clinic hall.|
|Birdley||Birdley flies into Mario's overall and resides there after Mario catches it in the Toadley Clinic before the bros. go for the third Star Cure.|
|Miracle Cure||Created by combining the three Star Cures; received in the Toadley Clinic.|
|Mushroom Balls||See Mushroom Ball § Locations.|
There are 29 beans in total.
- Mushroom Ball sidequest in the left screen of the shopping area: <Heart Beans x5, Special Beans x5, Power Beans x5>
- NW and SE corners of south scene of the Squid Fit area in the east: <Heart Beans x2>
- NW and SW corners of fountain scene before Peach's Castle: <Heart Bean x1, Power Bean x1>
- Behind the fountain and in the SE corner of Toad residence area: <Heart Bean x1, Special Bean x1>
- Western grass scene with the pipe Mario and Luigi first come out in storyline: <Heart Bean x1, Special Bean x1>
- NE corner of the exit scene to Blubble Lake (blocked by a blorbed Toad): <Special Bean x1>
- SW corner and top of surrounding wall in the Toad residence area: <Heart Bean x1, Power Bean x1>
- Behind the Toad house in the NW of Toad residence area (needs water spitting): <Power Beans x3>
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Pamphlet printable from the official Japanese website for Paper Mario: The Origami King
Inside Russ T.'s house.
Mario selling a Jammin' Jelly.
The tree near Merlon's house.
Koopa Bros. disguised as Toads near the east exit.
Inside the Post Office.
The postmaster giving Mario a Star Piece.
Rowf and Rhuff's badge shop.
Minh T. and her garden.
Southernmost train station area
A Toad greeting Mario in the underground Playroom.
Mario playing Jump Attack.
Mario playing Smash Attack.
A Shy Guy stealing a key from Harry's Shop.
Southwesternmost port area
Master Poet speaking.
Pop Diva singing.
Names in other languages
Kinoko Jō Jōkamachi
|Mushroom Castle (Super Mario RPG, main)|
Mushroom Castle Town (Super Mario RPG, alternate)
Mushroom Castle Castle Town (Super Mario RPG, Shogakukan); rendered "The Town of Toadstool" and "The Toadstool Town"
Mushroom Town (Paper Mario onward)
Mushroom Castle Square (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga)
Peach Castle (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions)
Toad Town (Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Origami King)
|Chinese (Simplified)||蘑菇镇 (Paper Mario)
蘑菇城广场 (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga)
Mógu Chéng Guǎngchǎng
奇诺比奥镇 (Paper Mario: The Origami King)
Mushroom City Square
|French||Toadville (Paper Mario series)
Village des Toads (Mario & Luigi series)
Square Champignon (Mario & Luigi series)
|German||Toad Town (Paper Mario series)||Toad Town|
|Italian||Fungopoli (main series)
Borgofungo (Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door)
Borgo Toad (Paper Mario: The Origami King)
|Korean||버섯 타운 (Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time and Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story)
키노피오 타운 (Paper Mario: The Origami King)
|Russian||Тоад-таун (Paper Mario: The Origami King eShop page)
|Transliteration of the English name.|
|Spanish||Ciudad Champiñón (Mario & Luigi series)
Villa Toad (Paper Mario series)
- A pre-release screenshot of Paper Mario shows Toad Town's west gate labeled as "Mushroom Kingdom" instead of "Toad Town" in an earlier point of development, similar to Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
- Toad Town has also been mentioned to in other games, such as the GameCube game Animal Crossing. The character Gulliver talks about his pet goldfish in Toad Town, implying that he lives there. However, he also talks about his goldfish in Hyrule.
- In Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3, the music for the e-Coin Castle sounds very similar to the theme of Mushroom Kingdom from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
- The music for Toad Town in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story contains a few notes from the Forest Maze's music from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
- ^ Nintendo Magazine System (UK) Issue 47, page 93. "Despite Toad’s friendly manner, the folk of Mushroomsville are mumbling nutters with no time to help you on your way."
- ^ Stratton, Stephen, and Levi Buchanan. Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Prima's Official Strategy Guide. Page 48.
- ^ a b Super Mario RPG Final Edition, page 2.
- ^ a b Super Mario RPG Final Edition, page 37.